As I was rummaging through some boxes with old family letters etc. I found a few dozen photographic glass negatives (correct term?) from a 100 years back.
I'd really like to get these digitalized ASAP, as I can see that they're scratched and look quite frail already.
My question is, how can I get this done the easiest and cheapest way?
I'm afraid I don't have access to a high quality scanner, and can't afford to have it done professionally. Could I do it by creating some sort of DIY setup and shooting the negatives with the 60mm Macro?
If possible, what would be the best way to do this to achieve maximum quality and avoid damaging the plates?
Thanks for all input!
A quick shot of what I'm talking about:
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